UCLA Neuroscience Program Ph.D. Admissions Neuroscience Faculty UCLA and Beyond
 

Admission Procedures 

The application for Fall Quarter 2014 opens on Tuesday, September 3, 2013. Thank you!

PLEASE COMPLETE AND SUBMIT ALL OF THE ONLINE APPLICATION SECTIONS LISTED BELOW:

Instructions
Disclosure Statement
Basic Information
Biographical Data
Citizenship and Residency
Plans for Graduate Study
Academic History
Transcript Upload
-> You are required to send an official copy for each school to:
     UCLA Neuroscience Graduate Office                             
     1506D Gonda Center
/ 695 Young Drive South                       
     Los Angeles, CA 90095-1761
Test Scores/General GRE Scores
->
Institution Code & Name: 4837 University of California, Los Angeles
-> Department Code & Name: 0213 Neuroscience
      
Statement of Purpose
-> Outlining your research experience, academic goals, and professional plans
Professional Experience
Resume Upload
-> CV or Resume required (PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT A WRITING SAMPLE)
Survey Information
Fellowship Application

-> If applicable
Supporting/Supplementary Documents Upload (Please use position #1)
-> Using the FACULTY LIST CREATE and UPLOAD a WORD DOCUMENT with YOUR NAME at the top indicating up to: FIVE FACULTY YOU WOULD BE INTERESTED IN WORKING WITH INCLUDING THEIR FIELD OF RESEARCH (e.g. Joe Bruin/
Neural Development)
Recommendations
-> 3 Letters of Recommendation from academic sources required

IMPORTANT NOTICES REGARDING YOUR APPLICATION:
-> Application Fee and Materials
The Neuroscience Admissions Committee is unable to review your dossier until it is complete and your application fee is paid.
-> Application Decision and Notification
The Neuroscience Graduate Program uses only one method of notification for the results of your application. You may go to the "Decision Status" link on the Graduate Division Online Application by the end of March 2014 to verify if your application for admission has been approved or denied. 
-> Review of Applications
The review of applications and two weekend interview dates will commence in January 2014 and continue through March 2014. If your dossier receives a favorable evaluation you will be contacted and invited to meet with the Neuroscience Graduate Program faculty and students. Please be advised this interview is a required part of the admissions process.